With the aim of improving food quality and hygiene for the export market, the UN Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) in Cambodia – in collaboration with the Kampong Thom provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries – has provided specialised training to the manufacturers
Audiences were wowed by the spectacular opening ceremony of the Kingdom’s first SEA Games, marvelling at a series of incredible performances.
Dates are rapidly becoming one of the most popular fruit crops in the Kingdom, with farmers in Battambang, Kampong Thom, Banteay Meanchey, and Stung Treng provinces discovering that the sweet results of their imported seedlings are in demand in local markets.
Cooking is one of the most basic human needs. Despite current trends of using gas or electric ovens, many of the Kingdom’s residents still rely on charcoal as their primary cooking fuel, guaranteeing a solid market.
A young woman from Banteay Meanchey province, Chin Ol has become one of the most prominent figures in promoting sustainable green energy in the Kingdom.
Breastfeeding within the first hour of birth has been linked to a 20 per cent reduction in infant mortality.
Preah Sihanouk has long been considered one the Kingdom’s provinces with the most tourism potential due to natural treasures like its 32 islands, numerous beaches and mangrove forests.
Solar-powered water pumps have been installed in three drought-prone districts – two in Kampong Thom province and one in Battambang.
Cambodia’s ethnic minority groups such as the Kuy, Bunong and Brao have always traditionally been rice farmers or foragers of natural products such as fruit or honey, often with almost no formal education or any opportunities to attend university.
Despite a rare genetic disorder known as tetra-amelia, Tuy Sokdung, a 24-year-old fourth year university student, has dreams of becoming a web developer.